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A patient comes to you with complaint of fatigue, dyspnea on exertion and loss of sensation in his lower extremities, upon neurological examination the patient has decreased vibratory sensation in his both legs and Rhomberg's test is +ve. lab findings shows methlymalonyaciduria and increased homocysteine level. what will be the peripheral blood findings in this patient

a) lymphocytosis
b) leucocytosis
c) hypersegmented neutrophils
d) megaloblasts with open chromatin pattern
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